Kingsland Georgia Campgrounds

Kingsland Georgia has a zip code of 31548. The current date and time in Kingsland is January 25, 2022, 7:38 am and it has a population of 14,886 people. Kingsland Georgia lies at an elevation of 16 feet.

Country Oaks Campground & RV Park

St. Marys Road
Kingsland Georgia, 31548
Phone: (912) 729-6212 Hello, My Name is Lonnie Gay. My family and I invite you to stop in for a visit to Country Oaks Campground and RV Park. Our campground is a full-featured site that is just minutes away from the Georgia coastal waters. RVers & Tent campers alike will find the atmosphere friendly and relaxing. All forty four RV sites are full hook-ups and the campground is surrounded by lush oak and palmetto forest, teeming with wildlife. Campground guest arent the only anglers to enjoy our fully stocked fishin hole, an Osprey or two and Great blue heron are regular diners too. My family & I built this 5 acre park in 1999 from a section of our 18 acre property. When you stay here, you are truly our guest. The convenience of Jacksonville is just a few miles down the road. Were just off of Interstate-95 at Georgia exit #1 (See Map). Were the last exit before Florida where youll find 2 full-service truck stops. Gas prices here are well below the national average and around 30 cents per gallon cheaper than in Florida. Thats just one of the many reasons our campground is a great stop-over if youre just passin through, to or from the Sunshine State. Once youre here though, you might find that you want to stay a spell longer. Many of our guest are repeat visitors and enjoy coming back home to Country Oaks.

Jacksonville N / Kingsland KOA

2970 Scrubby Bluff Road
Kingsland Georgia, 31548
Phone: (912) 729-3232 Magnificent Georgia pines greet you at this KOA just shy of the Florida border and the historic St. Marys River. With easy on-off from I-95 and spacious 78-foot pull thrus, it makes an ideal stop on the way to and from the Sunshine State. But you?ll likely want to linger awhile, since classic Southeastern scenery awaits right outside the gates. Spend a day walking the beach along the sun-warmed sands of Cumberland Island National Seashore. Explore the famous Okefenokee Swamp. Then head back toward the tall pines and fun at the Jacksonville North/Kingsland KOA. Slip into the large pool for a dip or hone your putting skills with a round of mini golf. Plan dinner at the pavilion?the smoker is perfect for a Southern barbecue.